Thomas Jefferson said Patrick Henry “got the ball of revolution rolling.” Historian John Ragosta says Henry was five times elected governor of colonial Virginia, but it was his ability to electrify an audience that made him the idol of the common people. Plus: Before Patrick Henry died, he credited a Presbyterian minister named Samuel Davies with “teaching me what an orator should be.” Kelley Libby finds the story of Davies at a “ghost church” on a stretch of rural road. Also: Two hundred years ago this week the British burned Washington in the War of 1812. The man in the White House was our nation’s fourth president, James Madison. Andrew Burstein says Madison was an intensely political man, but he wasn’t slippery—you knew where you stood with him.Later in the show: More than 30 people spent three years immersed in transcribing and digitizing thousands of letters written by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and Abigail Adams, and James Madison. Many of them said they experienced a sense of loss and sorrow when the massive project to proofread the letters and make them available online came to a close. Join us as Bill Kissell, Donna Carty, and Dena Radley share favorite letters that reveal the fascinating inner lives of the founders. Also: Project Director Sue Perdue and Kathleen Williams describe the scope of this remarkable project of the National Archives called “Founders Online”.
Walking The Line Of Failure And Principles For Life with Patrick Henry
Make It Happen with Will Polston
Episode 126 - Walking The Line Of Failure And Principles For Life with Patrick Henry Make It Happen with Will Polston is a weekly podcast that consists of a combination of episodes with Mindset Strategist Will Polston and episodes with Will's guests from around the world providing you with insights on how you can transform your excuses into results to benefit yourself, your family, your friends, your community, society, humanity and the universe, what he calls - The Ripple Effect. Patrick Henry is Managing Director of the multi award winning estate agency Patrick Henry based, London, Radiance London (Luxury Tanning Salons), Reliance Design and Build (A residential and commercial building company with clients such as the NHS, Sushi Samba and more), Reliance Health (a medical installation and maintenance company). In this episode, Will has Patrick as his guest and they talk about: How he grew his business and reached success Some tips to working smarter How to deal with failure and low moments in business The key principles he lives by To find out more about Patrick and his business, click here. Join the free Make It Happen Community Facebook group by clicking here. Take the 5-Minute Quiz that Reveals What’s Preventing You from Living a Purposeful, Inspired and Energised Life You Love by clicking here.
On March 23, 1775 – less than a month before Lexington and Concord and the “shot heard round the world,” Patrick Henry offered a set of resolutions before the Second Virginia Convention to establish a provincial militia and put Virginia in a posture of defense. In a speech during the debate, Henry delivered what history has come to recognize as the spirit of American Independence. “I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!” Path to Liberty: March 23, 2022 Subscribe: Apple | Spotify | Podbean | Google | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More Platforms Here SHOW LINKS: JOIN TAC Show Archives Today in History: Patrick Henry’s Give Me Liberty Speech Evan Andrews – History.com Colonial Williamsburg An Early Bill of Rights: Declaration and Resolves of the First Continental Congress Text of the Petition (25 Oct 1774) Full Speech by Patrick Henry Edmund Randolph’s Essay on the Revolutionary History of Virginia MORE VIDEO SOURCES Watch on Odysee Watch on Minds Watch on Sovren Watch on Gab TV Watch on Brighteon Watch on Facebook Watch on Bitchute Watch on BitTube Watch on Instagram Watch on Hyprr Watch on Twitter Watch on Rumble Watch on LinkedIn Watch on Parler FOLLOW and SUPPORT TAC: Become a Member: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/members/ Email Newsletter: http://tenthamendmentcenter.com/register RSS: http://feeds.feedburner.com/tacdailydigest VIDEO PLATFORMS Odysee YouTube HypeTV Brighteon Gab TV Bitchute BitTube DLive Twitch IGTV SOCIAL PLATFORMS Twitter Minds Facebook Instagram Gab MeWe LinkedIn Pinterest Hyprr The post Patrick Henry: Give me Liberty or Give me Death! first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.
EPISODE 49 - Cancel Convoy, Antifa and Patrick Henry
Goodtimes Culture Podcast
Cancel Convoy, Antifa and Patrick Henry. Culture is the way of life, especially the general customs and beliefs, of a particular group of people at a particular time. We are a entertainment show that should never be taken seriously. Welcome back! Thanks for listening. Good Times Culture Podcast is recorded on the west coast of California in the US. We talk about current events and give opinion with occasional value. We don't edit the show...beware listen at your own risk. OG Muttdog and Hollywood. Intro YouTube clip: Anthony Pompliano - BEWARE: Financial Censorship Is Coming Fast! Intro music: DMX - Lord give me a sign EMAIL: email@example.com DISCORD CHANNEL: goodtimes culture podcast DONATE if you found any value in the show! BITCOIN address: 3HfaPqGWrRN7zaZa8D1pzbogbzqyiKqdRe ETHER address: 0x9B57283DfdFca5B71eCb8959071e7F08c2cC9437--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tyrone-newsum/support
Most speakers start their career in a corporate job before branching out and becoming a paid, professional speaker…and then there’s this week’s guest. After a brief stint in corporate American in his twenties, Patrick Henry, CSP, used the downtime in the speaking industry during the pandemic to help launch an herbicide company as the chief operating officer. This week, he’ll share what he’s learned about working a corporate job again, and how that’s helping him bring better practices to his speaking business too.Key Takeaways· Learn a little bit about everything· Weekly micro-planning sessionsWho is Patrick Henry, CSP?Patrick is a professional speaker, song writer and humorist who teaches companies how to elevate the customer experience. He helped found and is the chief operating officer for an herbicide company that makes safe and effective alternatives to big brand items. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We lose a lot in our understanding of the Founding Fathers, says John Ragosta, an historian at the Robert H. Smith Center for Jefferson Studies at Monticello, when we see them only as marble statues. They were real people who made mistakes and who got mad at one another. Patrick Henry so angered fellow Virginian Thomas Jefferson in 1781, Ragosta maintains, that his reputation never recovered from the impact of Jefferson’s wrath. Ragosta hopes to shed new light on Henry’s life and contributions in an upcoming book, and he recently discussed his research with Governing Editor-at-Large Clay Jenkinson.
Patrick Henry is often referred to as "the voice of the Revolution." He played a vital role in helping to launch the Revolution and was a leading anti-federalist, but he and Jefferson found themselves in strong disagreement. This week, Clay speaks with John Ragosta, the author of Patrick Henry: Proclaiming a Revolution. You can order Clay's new book at Amazon, Target, Barnes and Noble, or by contacting your independent bookstore. The Language of Cottonwoods is out now through Koehler Books. Mentioned on this episode: Patrick Henry: Proclaiming a Revolution, @johnragosta Find this episode, along with recommended reading, on the blog. Support the show by joining the 1776 Club or by donating to the Thomas Jefferson Hour, Inc. You can learn more about Clay's cultural tours and retreats at jeffersonhour.com/tours. Check out our new merch. You can find Clay's publications on our website, along with a list of his favorite books on Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, and other topics. Thomas Jefferson is interpreted by Clay S. Jenkinson.
Major Gen. Patrick Henry Brady, U.S. Army, Vietnam, Medal of Honor
Patrick Henry reluctantly joined the ROTC program at Seattle University and hated just about every minute of it. Within the next decade he would be witness to a chilling,seminal moment in the Cold War and serve two tours in Vietnam and be awarded the Medal of Honor.In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," Gen. Brady shares his deployment to Berlin and how life there changed drastically when the communists erected the Berlin Wall. He also takes us through his training as a helicopter pilot and his deployment as a Dustoff pilot, evacuating wounded service members, for two tours in Vietnam.Brady explains how his mentor instilled a relentless commitment to reach our wounded troops regardless of enemy fire, what his Dustoff unit was able to accomplish during his time in Vietnam, and his actions in January 1968 that resulted in him being awarded the Medal of Honor.
The Hondo Handy’s Podcast shares the journey of Patrick Henry, Co-Owner of Henry Fine Arts Gallery.
Hondo Handy’s Podcast
The Hondo Handy’s Podcast shares the journey of Patrick Henry, Co-Owner of the Henry Fine Arts Gallery in Berlin, with his wife Velda. Located in Union Station - Suite 15, 9928 Old Ocean City Boulevard, Berlin. He is one of the most well known, respected and sought after artist on the shore. His career spans over 50 years. His work is displayed across the Eastern Shore, throughout the State of Maryland and up and down the East Coast. The Stephen Decatur High School graduate completed his Bachelor of Science in Art Education at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app